Math

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MATH 75X : Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning

This course prepares students for MATH 100, MATH 101, MATH 111, and MATH 115. Course topics include ratio and percent, unit conversion, graphs, data interpretation, basic algebra, solving linear equations, and working with formulas with special emphasis on pattern recognition and problem solving. Additional topics may include set theory, inequalities, and quadratics.

Credits:

4

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Solve applied mathematical problems, judge reasonableness of results, and communicate conclusions using appropriate terminology and symbols
  • Recognize and express mathematical patterns in various forms and contexts
  • Perform operations on real numbers
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form

MATH 78 : College Math Companion

This course provides students concurrently enrolled in MATH 100, MATH 101, MATH 111, or MATH 115 with Just-In-Time support with special emphasis on pattern recognition and problem solving. Course topics are tailored to the concurrent course and may include ratio and percent, unit conversion, graphs, data interpretation, basic algebra, solving linear equations, and working with formulas. (Grading is CR/NC)

Credits:

1

Prerequisites:

Satisfactory Placement Score

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Demonstrate college-level mathematical reasoning skills.

MATH 82 : Algebraic Foundations

This course covers elementary algebra topics. Topics include linear equations and inequalities, graphing, linear systems, properties of exponents, operations on polynomials, factoring, rational and radical expressions and equations, quadratic equations, and applications.

Credits:

4

Prerequisites:

Satisfactory Placement, or a Grade of “C” or better in Math 21, Math 21B, Math 24, Math 28, or Math 75X.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Use algebraic techniques to analyze and solve applied problems
  • Graph linear and quadratic equations
  • Solve equations, inequalities, and systems
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form

MATH 88 : College Algebra Companion

Math 88 provides students with supplemental algebra instruction that directly supports the topics covered in Math 103. (Grading is CR/NC)

Credits:

2

Prerequisites:

Satisfactory Placement Score

Corequisites:

MATH 103

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Demonstrate algebra skills needed to be successful in Math 103

MATH 100 : Survey of Mathematics

An introduction to quantitative and logical reasoning for the nonscience/nonmathematics major. The question, “What is mathematics?” is explored, while focusing on mathematical systems or models, cultivating an appreciation for mathematics as an aesthetic art, and developing skills in problem-solving and analysis.

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

“C” or better in MATH 25, 26, 28, 29, 75X or higher or equivalent

Corequisites:

enrollment in MATH 78, satisfactory math placement test score, or consent of instructor.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Utilize basic properties and/or operations related to the topics covered in the course.
  • Employ symbolic/mathematical techniques to solve applied problems.
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form.

MATH 101 : Mathematics for Veterinary Assistants & Technicians

An introduction to clinical calculations used in veterinary medicine. Topics include the application of mathematical skills to solve applied problems in veterinary nursing and pharmaceutical dispensing with emphasis on dosage, concentration, dilution and drip rates. Also included is mathematical and laboratory terminology. This course is intended for students entering veterinary technology, veterinary assisting or other animal-related fields.

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

“C” or better in MATH 25, 26, 28, 29, 75X or higher or equivalent, satisfactory math placement test score.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Identify information needed for dosage calculations and perform dosage calculations.
  • Utilize appropriate techniques to solve applied problems in the veterinary profession.
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in calculating infusion rates for fluid therapy.

MATH 103 : College Algebra

Linear equations, inequalities, systems of equations, polynomials, functions, fractional expressions and equations, exponents, powers, roots, quadratic equations and functions; rational, exponential and logarithmic functions.

Credits:

4

Prerequisites:

“C” or better in MATH 25, 26, 29, 82 or equivalent

Corequisites:

enrollment in MATH 88, satisfactory math placement test score, or consent of instructor.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Graph or interpret algebraic relations that are relevant to the topics in this course.
  • Employ algebraic techniques to find the solutions to equations or inequalities, or systems of equations or inequalities appropriate to the level of this course.
  • Use algebraic techniques to analyze and solve applied problems.
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form.

MATH 111 : Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I

Math 111 is the first of a two-course sequence designed to give prospective elementary education majors the depth of understanding necessary to teach mathematics in the elementary classroom. Topics include number (natural numbers, integers, fractions, and real numbers) and operations, sets, patterns, functions and algebra. Emphasis will be on communication, connections and problem solving, representations, and reasoning and proof.

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

“C” or better in Math 25, 26, 28, 29, 75X, or higher or equivalent, satisfactory math placement test, and grade of C or better in ENG 22 or ENG 23 or placement in ENG 100.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Explain the meaning of numerical operations and how they relate to each other.
  • Utilize symbolic forms to represent, model, and analyze mathematical situations to solve problems.
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form.

MATH 112 : Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II

Math 112 is the second of a two-course sequence designed to give prospective elementary education majors the depth of understanding necessary to teach mathematics in the elementary classroom. Topics include the representation of and operations on the natural numbers and properties of those operations. Emphasis will be on communication, connections and problem solving, representation and reasoning.

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

Grade of “C” or better in MATH 111.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Use mathematical concepts to demonstrate critical thinking.
  • Employ appropriate techniques to solve problems related to elementary math education.
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form.

MATH 115 : Introduction to Statistics and Probability

Utilizes basic statistical topics including measures of central tendency and dispersion, classification of variables, sampling techniques, elementary probability, normal and binomial probability distributions, tests of hypothesis, linear regression and correlation in order to solve problems.

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

Grade of “C” or better in Math 25, 26, 28, 29, 75X or higher or equivalent, satisfactory math placement test score, or consent of instructor.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in graphing, statistical data, calculating measures of central tendency, measures of variation, percentiles, correlation coefficients, and regression line.
  • Interpret statistical information provided in graphs, in summary measures (central tendency, dispersion, percentile), and in the correlation coefficient.
  • Solve probability problems involving compound events, independent events, mutually exclusive events, and conditional probability.
  • Calculate and interpret probabilities for normal or binomial distributions, including the use of the Central Limit Theorem.
  • Demonstrate the use of inferential statistics.
  • Utilize appropriate statistical terminology and mathematical symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form.

MATH 135 : Precalculus: Elementary Functions

Investigates linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic functions, and related topics. This course is the first part of the precalculus sequence

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

Grade of “C” or better in MATH 103 or equivalent, satisfactory math placement test score, or consent of instructor.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Use appropriate symbolic techniques to analyze and solve applications problems.
  • Utilize elementary function concepts.
  • Graph elementary functions utilizing behavior information and/or transformations.
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form.

MATH 140 : Precalculus: Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry

Studies trigonometric functions, analytic geometry, polar coordinates, vectors, and related topics. This course is the second part of the precalculus sequence.

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

Grade of “C” or better in MATH 135 or equivalent, satisfactory math placement test score, or consent of instructor.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Employ algebraic and geometric representations of trigonometric functions and other relations.
  • Use appropriate techniques to analyze and solve application problems requiring the use of trigonometry or analytical geometry.
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form.

MATH 203 : Calculus for Business and the Social Sciences

Basic mathematical concepts, topics in differentiation and introductory integration of algebraic, exponential and logarithmic functions. Related applications to management, finance, economics and social science will be considered.

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

Grade of “B” or better in MATH 103, “C” or better in MATH 135 or equivalent, satisfactory math placement test score or consent of instructor.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in determining limits, derivatives, and integrals.
  • Use calculus techniques to analyze and solve applied problems.
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form.

MATH 241 : (Formerly Math 205) Calculus I

Basic mathematical concepts, topics in differentiation, and introductory integration of algebraic and trigonometric functions. Applications of differentiation and integration will be demonstrated.

Credits:

4

Prerequisites:

Grade of “C” or better in MATH 140 or equivalent, satisfactory math placement test score, or consent of instructor.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in determining limits, derivatives, and integrals.
  • Use calculus techniques to analyze and solve applied problems.
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form.

MATH 242 : (Formerly Math 206) Calculus II

Differentiation and integration concepts of trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and hyperbolic functions. Integration implements, infinite series, and applications of derivatives and integrals are also featured.

Credits:

4

Prerequisites:

Grade of “C” or better in MATH 205 or MATH 241 or equivalent or consent of instructor.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in determining limits, derivatives, and integrals associated with the topics in the course.
  • Use concepts from the course to solve applied problems.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in working with sequences or series.
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form.

MATH 243 : (Formerly Math 231) Calculus III

Vector algebra, vector-valued functions, differentiation in several variables, and optimization.

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

Grade of “C” or better in MATH 206 or MATH 242 or equivalent.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Apply concepts and techniques in vector calculus.
  • Apply principles and concepts from calculus to multivariable functions.
  • Use strategies from this course to solve applied problems.
  • Utilize precise mathematical language and symbols to effectively communicate mathematics in written and/or oral form.

MATH 244 : (Formerly Math 232) Calculus IV

Math 244 is the fourth course in the calculus sequence. Topics include multiple integrals, line integrals, Green’s Theorem, surface integrals, Stokes’ Theorem, Gauss’ Theorem and differential equations.

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

“C” or better in Math 231 or MATH 243 or equivalent or consent of instructor.

Student Learning Outcomes Are:

  • Double Integrals in Rectangular and Polar Coordinates
  • Triple Integrals in Rectangular, Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates; Mass Calculations
  • Change of Variables in Multiple Integration; Vector Fields
  • Applications of Green’s Theorem, Stoke’s Theorem, and Divergence Theorem